Slackware 12.2 released

Posted by jdixon on Dec 11, 2008 11:41 AM EDT
Slackware.com; By Patrick Volkerding
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Slackware 12.2 has been released.

From the changelog:

Tue Dec 9 00:00:23 CST 2008 Slackware 12.2 is released as -stable. Thanks as always to everyone who helped make this a great point release in the Slackware 12.x series. Without such a great community surrounding it, Slackware could not possibly be as stable and reliable as it is. Thanks to the Slackware Crew, the users of LinuxQuestions, people contributing ideas and patches on IRC and other Slackware forums, the developers at slackbuilds.org for bringing in new technologies, and everyone else who shared insights that helped to refine this release over many months. Happy release day to you all! :-) Also, ISOs have been sent off to the replicator now to be pressed as a 6 CD set or a single DVD. The store.slackware.com is taking pre-orders -- if you like Slackware, please consider supporting the project. We've also added new black T-shirts with the traditional Slackware logo. Check them out! Once again, thanks to the entire Slackware community for all the help and encouragement as Slackware 12.2 progressed to release. Have fun! -P.

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